upcycle after: leggings and pants

upcycle after: leggings and pants

Hello! Holly from Hamster and the Bee back again today, ready to share with you some amazing examples of upcycled leggings and pants, and to provide you with patterns and tutorials to get you started. This is a fun topic for me because my kid (the bee) will NOT wear pants. Like, ever. She will however wear leggings. […]

upcycle after: skirts and dresses

upcycle after: skirts and dresses

I’m back again with some creative and easy upcycles! I’m taking the skirts and dresses today, and you’ll see pants, leggings, tops, jackets and who knows what else in the coming days! Skirts are probably one of the easiest things to make out of almost anything – tea towels, pillowcases, old curtains, anything! Sometimes you […]

upcycle before: jeans

upcycle before: jeans

Hi all, it’s Saskia from Vera Luna here. Let’s talk today about the most likely fabric in your upcycle stash: denim. I counted at least eight pairs of jeans in my own stash, ready to be upcycled. While going through them I realized how the wear and tear of each pair of jeans was very specific […]

upcycle before: t-shirts

upcycle before: t-shirts

Good morning everyone! I’m Holly from Hamster and the Bee and I’m so excited to be contributing to this season of Kids Clothes Week! I’ve been an enthusiastic participant in KCW for a few years now, and an enthusiastic stalker for far longer. I absolutely love seeing all the wonderful clothes, and the warm, friendly community, that […]

upcycle before: men’s shirts

upcycle before: men’s shirts

Hi there! Sarah from The Crazy Tailor here. I’m so thrilled to be a part of KCW this season! I’ve had every intention of sewing along in the past, but it always coincided with other things, so this time I am all in! Literally. Like, I’m a contributor, so I will do this. Haha! If […]

2015 winter season contributors

2015 winter season contributors

A new season of KCW means new contributors! This season we have a fantastic group of women, each of whom has a different perspective on kids’ style and sewing. Let’s meet them, shall we? 1. florence with a festive twist 2. downton duffle 3. lil lux collection Sarah has only been blogging at The Crazy Tailor […]